Mikuś has been our most prolific artist so far, so it seems only right for his fourth Planet Terror offering to kick off 2011. More upbeat that his trio of EPs, set loose in 2009 and 2010, this one is a more joyful, celebratory collection. "Dedicated to the loving memories of Mirka Gorecka, Alicia Wisdom, Eileen Davies and all those no longer with us who live on in our hearts." Mikuś has also just put out a selection of horn-led dubs on his own netlabel, Terra Incognita Recordings.... Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Miku/Remembrance_Dubs/
This is the first release on Terra Incognita Recordings from dubwise producer Mikus. His trademark sound tends to mix grainy vintage distortion with modern production styles, all rounded off with an eastern twist. Brass Islands of Dub explores slightly different territory, primarily thanks to the trumpet and flugelhorn talents of Kevin Robinson (Jazz Jamaica All-Stars/Jazz Warrior/Incognito), who features prominently on all the tracks. Kevin's horn parts bring an additional degree of melody in... Topic: dub, netaudio, terra incognita, terra incognita recordings, trumpet, dubwise, Brass Islands of Dub,
Mikus returns with his second strong dub release on Planet Terror. Rain Down Dub is another showcase for his inimitable approach to the genre, combining grainy old school distortion with modern production styles. 'Rain Down' features another guest appearance from Kevin Robinson on flute. This is dub for the 21st century. Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Miku/Rain_Down_Dub/
A modified Zeldovich kinetic scheme was used to predict nitric oxide formation in the burned gases. Nonuniformities in fuel-air ratio in the primary zone were accounted for by a distribution of fuel-air ratios. This was followed by one or more dilution zones in which a Monte Carlo calculation was employed to follow the mixing and dilution processes. Predictions of NOX emissions were compared with various available experimental data, and satisfactory agreement was achieved. In particular, the... Topics: EIGENVALUES, EIGENVECTORS, FEEDBACK CONTROL, AIRCRAFT CONTROL, ALGORITHMS, LATERAL CONTROL,...
This article is from Journal of Experimental Botany, volume 62.AbstractMature developed seeds are physiologically and biochemically committed to store nutrients, principally as starch, protein, oils, and minerals. The composition and distribution of elements inside the aleurone cell layer reflect their biogenesis, structural characteristics, and physiological functions. It is therefore of primary importance to understand the mechanisms underlying metal ion accumulation, distribution, storage,... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3134349
byPeterson, Mark P; Abolins-Abols, Mikus; Atwell, Jonathan W; Rice, Rebecca J; Mila, Borja; Ketterson, Ellen D
This article is from F1000Research, volume 2.AbstractRecent studies exploring the molecular genetic basis for migratory variation in animals have identified polymorphisms in two genes ( CLOCK and ADCYAP1) that are linked to circadian rhythms and correlate with migratory propensity and phenology among individuals and populations. Results from these initial studies are mixed, however, and additional data are needed to assess the generality and diversity of the molecular mechanisms that regulate... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3907158
This article is from Journal of Experimental Botany, volume 64.AbstractIron insufficiency is a worldwide problem in human diets. In cereals like wheat, the bran layer of the grains is an important source of iron. However, the dietary availability of iron in wheat flour is limited due to the loss of the iron-rich bran during milling and processing and the presence of anti-nutrients like phytic acid that keep iron strongly chelated in the grain. The present study investigated the localization of... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3733147